A new report from the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization said that eat eating insects, known as entomophagy, can reduce world hunger. Not everyone agrees: Insect eater and researcher Tom Turpin, from Perdue University says that...
National Geographic Phenomena: National Geographic If animals and plants can't defend themselves, they often form partnerships with bodyguards. Wasps use zombified caterpillars. Corals recruit goby fish.
Co.Design Gorgeous Collages Made Entirely Of Old Maps Co.Design Google Maps offers many benefits over its crinkly paper predecessors, one being the simple fact that you never have to wrestle with an app to get it folded back up properly when you're...
Portions of the High Plains Aquifer are rapidly being depleted by farmers who are pumping too much water to irrigate their crops, particularly in the southern half in Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas. Levels have declined up to 242 feet in some areas, from predevelopment — before substantial groundwater irrigation began — to 2011.
National Geographic Exploring the Ghosts of Wrangel Island National Geographic (For more on her story, see my 2004 National Geographic article on “the female Robinson Crusoe.”) My own journey to Wrangel Island began accidentally.
In China the labyrinthine streets known as Hutongs re-define your typical "old" part of town - some date back centuries, to the Yuan and Ming dynasties. But many such ancient passages have been bulldozed into history.
Autobahn speed limit proposal revs up debate in Germany Washington Post BERLIN — For many in this car-crazy nation, the freedom to hurtle down the famed autobahn at 120 mph or more is an inalienable right.
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Christian Roldan, a senior at El Rancho High School in California, was named the Gatorade High School Soccer Player of the Year today. Roldan will play soccer for the University of Washington next year.
The U.S. economy once worked like a finely meshed machine. That is not true anymore. The U.S. economy is still a powerful engine, but workers aren’t seeing the benefits, less-educated men are struggling, and the rich have disconnected from everyone else.